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iRubric: Plate Boundaries and Sea Floor Spreading rubric

iRubric: Plate Boundaries and Sea Floor Spreading rubric

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Plate Boundaries and Sea Floor Spreading built by dforrest

Rubric Code: CX8AB65
Create a graphic organizer entitled "chain-of-events' described in the skills handbook section of the Appendix. Then, fill in the chart with details about each step of sea-floor spreading.
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Keywords: Sea floor spreading - lithosphere - mid ocean ridge
Categories: Subjects: Geology  
Types: Project   Assignment  
Grade Levels: 6-8

Powered by iRubric sea floor spreading
  Below Standard
1 pts
Approaching
2 pts
Meets Standard
3 pts
Exceeeds Standard
4 pts
Steps of sea floor spreading
1. Ocean floor pulls apart. 2. New sea floor forms in the crack. 3. Ocean floor pulls apart again, and process repeats.
Below Standard

One out of three steps are present.
Approaching

Two out of three steps are present.
Meets Standard

All three steps are present.
Exceeeds Standard

All three steps are present and student is refering to plate boundary type and explains how magma is rising.
Visual Representation
three visuals indicating each step of sea floor spreading.
Below Standard

One out of three visuas are present.
Approaching

Two out of three visuals are present.
Meets Standard

All three visuals are present.
Exceeeds Standard

All three visuals are present and the rift is labeled.



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